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District News

Thanksgiving Thanksgiving

No School November 24-26, 2021

Veterans Day Veterans Day

Cumberland County High School hosted its annual Veterans Day Program on Wednesday, November 10, 2021.

Marching Band Finishes Season Band Midstate

The Panther Marching Band placed fourth at the Midstate Marching Band Association competition at Simon Kenton High School on Saturday, November 6, 2021.  They competed against class A bands from Ohio, Tennessee, and Kentucky. 

Rising Educators Rising Educators

Cumberland County students currently enrolled in dual credit teaching and learning pathway and pursuing a degree in education enjoyed a day at Campbellsville University on Monday, November 8 with their Educators Rising advisor, Mrs. Lora Grant. 

Local Educator to Present at National Conference NSTA

CCES teacher of science Nancy Flowers has been selected to present at the National Science Teachers Association Conference November 11-13, 2021.

District Walk Throughs Walk Through

Last week, school administrators visited CCES, CCHS, and CCMS to conduct instructional walk throughs. At all three schools in our district it is evident that learners are engaged in meaningful work and teachers are committed to providing high-quality instruction and building positive relationships.

Meet the Panthers Panther Basketball

Cumberland County High School invites you to Meet the Panthers on Friday, November 12, 2021, at 6 p.m. in the CCHS gym. The cost of admission is a donation of laundry detergent, softener, or dryer sheets or a cash donation.

Veterans Day Veterans Day

Students and staff of Cumberland County High School will host a Veterans Day Program on Wednesday, November 10, 2021, in the CCHS gym beginning at 9 a.m. Veterans and their families are invited to attend.

Little League Basketball Little League Basketball

Cumberland County School District invites students in grades kindergarten to fifth to register for little league basketball.

Salvation Arm Angel Tree Angel Tree

Salvation Army Tree angels are ready for pick up at the Mary Ann Keen Center Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. You may call 270-864-1262 for more information.

Safe Schools Week Proclaimed October 17-23, 2021 Safe Schools Week

Superintendent Dr. Kirk Biggerstaff today officially proclaimed October 17–23, 2021, as Cumberland County Schools Safe Schools Week.

Nutrition and Dining Services Offer Student Choice in Meals Salad

Cumberland County School District continues to offer a variety of delicious options to learners as part of each school's nutrition and dining services. Cumberland County Schools serve meals at no cost to all enrolled students as part of Community Eligibility Provision (CEP).

Senior Volleyball Members Presented with Keepsake Box Keepsake Boxes

What a kind and thoughtful way to celebrate the accomplishments of volleyball team members from the senior class of '22. Coaches Rob Dyer and Kayla Poole coordinated with students in Kurtis Claywell's wood product manufacturing classes and Melissa Flowers' vinyl shop to create custom boxes to present to each senior on senior night Tuesday. Inside each box, coaches, family members, and school staff wrote notes of encouragement to include alongside newspaper clippings and photos from their past season.  Congratulations to our senior athletes. 

Flags Presented to Schools Sandy Simpson

Sandy Simpson, District Director for 1st District Congressman James Comer, visited with Superintendent of Cumberland County Schools Dr. Kirk Biggerstaff recently. Simpson presented flags previously flown over the capitol to CCHS, CCMS, CCES, and Panther Academy on behalf of Congressman Comer.

Sanitation Measures Slow COVID-19 Sanitation

Cumberland County School District continues to practice increased sanitation measures as part of its plan to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and prioritize in--person learning.

Volleyball Senior Night Senior Volleyball

Senior night for Panther Volleyball on September 21, 2021, recognizes the outstanding accomplishments of the members of the Class of '22. Well done on making your school and community #PantherProud.

Covid-19 School Operations Plan SY 22 Update

SB 1 passed by the legislature on 9/9/21 ended the KBE mask mandate by Friday, 9/16/21; however, Cumberland County Schools will continue with the Healthy-at-School guidelines we are currently operating under, including the use of masking.  The link below will take you to our plan.

Virtual Learning to be Offered Virtual learning will now be an option

Virtual learning will now be an option for students in grades K-12 for the 2021-22 school year. An application will be made available on our Facebook page and district website.

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Hurt Named Principal of CCES Erika Hurt

The school-based decision-making council at Cumberland County Elementary School has named Erika Hurt as the new principal.


Western Kentucky University's Educational Talent Search Project hosted a two-day STEM camp on June 4 and 5.

Summer Learning Camps Underway Alvin C. York

Summer learning camps are underway at Cumberland County Schools.

Cary Awarded Perfect Attendance Scholarship Stacy Cary

CCHS Class of '21 graduate Stacy Cary was selected by the Association of Kentucky Directors of Pupil Personnel as a recipient of a perfect attendance scholarship in the amount of $250.

Perdue Accepts New Role Perdue


Cumberland County School District has named Lisa Perdue as the new director of early childhood education, intervention, and food service effective June 30.

GSP 2021 Andrew Fletcher

Congratulations to Andrew Fletcher, the 2021 CCHS Representative for the Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program.

Rodney Smith named WKU Distinguished Middle School Educator of the Year Rodney Smith Teacher of the Year


Cumberland County School District is proud to recognize CCMS teacher Rodney Smith for being named the 2021 Western Kentucky University Middle School Distinguished Educator of the Year.